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This blog belongs to a series of blogs regrouped on the SCN page “SAP PLM Recipe Development for Beginners”.


Currently there are two Fiori Apps (SAP component PLM-FIO-RCP) available for SAP PLM Recipe Development:

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Just like the Advanced Search, the Recipe Finder App enables you to search and find recipes. Let’s say you have a multi-level recipe structure – with the highest level recipe corresponding to your finished product. If you now want to identify all finished products which are impacted by an ingredient which is used somewhere in a lowest level recipe of this structure, you need work with a rather complicated where-used search scenario. This might involve several searches and in the worst-case copying hit-lists of recipes and substances into excel worksheets.

With the Recipe Finder Fiori App, this is now history!  You can use this Fiori App to identify recipes where a given material, specification, ingredient, composition or nutrient is included.

The following screen-shots show the Recipe Finder Fiori App in action:


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For more information please take a look at the following assets:

  • Component PLM-FIO-RCP Fiori UI for Recipe Development
  • Fiori App Library
  • SAP Note 2057012 – Fiori Apps for PLM in SP01 of UIHPLM01
  • SAP Note  2045795 – Object Set, Recipe Modeling enhancements, Simulation Worklist for SAP HANA Analytics for PLM
  • SAP Note  2050465 – Enhanced Modeling downport for SAP HANA Analytics for PLM
  • SAP Note  2054717 – Object Set key enhancement with object set type attribute for SAP HANA Analytics for PLM – UDO Report
  • SAP Note  2054719 – Enhanced Modeling downport for SAP HANA Analytics for PLM – UDO report
  • SAP Note 2159337 – SAP HANA Live for PLM Recipe Development (SAP HANA ANALYTICS FOR PLM 1.0)
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  1. Rob Schuurman

    Hi Simon, I was wondering whether the Recipe Finder app on a HANA sidecar (Business Suite based) can be migrated to the new solution in S/4HANA: the “Manage Recipe” app?

    If not, will Recipe Finder on a sidecar still be usable after a migration to S/4HANA? Sounds silly to have a HANA sidecar next to a S/4HANA system, however no client will be happy to just dispose of the investment in a recipe finder done before a S/4HANA migration.

     

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